brilliantly-lighted love



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  • It rose higher as the brilliantly-lighted church split the night, and swept radiantly toward them.


  • But previously, as they were going along, Jenny twisted her venerable friend aside to a brilliantly-lighted toy-shop window, and said:

    Our Mutual Friend

  • Yes, the man was certainly watching the house, for he sat on one of the seats, and kept his eyes fixed on the brilliantly-lighted windows.

    The Mystery of a Hansom Cab

  • At one end of a large, brilliantly-lighted room a lady of about thirty-five years old reclined on a couch, still beautiful in spite of the sad expression of her face.

    The Grey Fairy Book

  • Colonel Dubosc walking about in a brilliantly-lighted and luxurious bedroom.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • Then Pierre followed him right up to the steps which led to the house, saw him enter the brilliantly-lighted hall, and then hid himself in the shrubs which grew on the edge of the lawn.

    Madame Midas

  • The next moment she is standing in the brilliantly-lighted room, before the little knot of gentlemen -- her father, her brothers, and their guest -- gathered about one end of the long table.

    Only an Irish Girl

  • Leaving the brilliantly-lighted station the cars plunged into darkness, relieved by an occasional electric lamp.

    The Boy from the Ranch Or Roy Bradner's City Experiences

  • After a moment we walked on very quietly, until, passing out of the mellow moonlight, we entered the brilliantly-lighted parlors of the

    Memories A Record of Personal Experience and Adventure During Four Years of War

  • Warren consented, and, after ascending to the second floor, and passing through a hall, they entered a large, brilliantly-lighted billiard saloon.

    The Runaway The Adventures of Rodney Roverton


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